TALLINN - The European Union way is not the best way for everything, according to Siim Kallas, member of the Estonian Reform Party and former president of the Bank of Estonia.Kallas has been one of the country's most outspoken critics of the summer-winter time changes. Last weekend, when the clocks were turned back, Kallas publicly hoped the country would end the policy and not tinker with the time again, come spring."There are stupid, uncomfortable and unhealthy administrative customs that we should put an end to," wrote Kallas in the daily Paevaleht. The law, adopted in 1996, says clocks ...
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